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, the people that are in this emancipated state of mind, how does it stack up to the average city, as far as number of injuries and such, in that window of time? >> it is a remarkably safe place, actually. there is no pavement. [laughter] and you cannot drive your car. that eliminates most injuries right there. it may feel like the world is coming to an end when the dust rises and the colts the world, but it is not. it is true, your habitation could blow away if you do not secure it. but that is not the end of the world. [laughter] in terms of public safety, it is very -- and we have emergency response times that would be the envy of any city that size. we are very well organized. you are more likely to fall in your bathtub and break your hip. there are some typical injuries, but mild. we have had a couple of deaths, but from natural causes, one from an accident at the event site. of course, what city hasn't? we used to scare people with that. in the old days, just to let people know, this required hardihood. we put down that people had died here. well, they have died everywhere. and we s
that has police responding to 70 percent of 911 calls, is that more than double a big city average.a stacked morea big city average.stat more than double the big city average. so what this does is to fold, first of its budget friendly, in fact it was in council hearings today on the new city budget but the latest details emerged overtime at the 911 center swelled after a spike in emergency calls which is where it became clear to the city that something had to be done this solution will be a call diversion plan that sense cops out only on the most serious kinetic calls in game changer in the department's fight against crime serious crime where they feel officers can make the most impact. responses that to require immediate police service we're still going to respond. >> this will shift decisionmaking out of this building and more to the sergeants on the street but not right away the 911 revamp will follow an upgrade here at the 911 center. >> a local photographer still behind bars tonight after a big pot bust at his studio yesterday, the 50 year-old paul sherman awaits former dru
students live in areas that the city with the lowest average test score which is a ctip 1, 5, or the areas with the highest average test score and it shows how many of them are getting transportation in the afternoon to an sfusd after school program which is what the eed is, verses a private after school program verses some other could be like an elementary or middle school stop. so for example, just taking the first row, there are 712 of the children are going to an elementary, an sfusd early education school. and of those 712, 235 are from ctip one area, from the area of the city with the lowest average test scores, so it gives it a high level, for afternoon as to early education, and is it to private after school? is it to something else? which areas are the cities where the children live in. as we prepare the data we will break this down, to answer your question, to which schools and which after school programs and just kind of map it out in a more accessible way. >> okay. >> so we are going to continue to give transportation to 286 students, to private after school programs, is that w
residents of the city and they want to make sure that no one misses out. >> baltimore city limits the increase in your property taxes to know more than 4% from one year to the other. the average savings in baltimore city households that is in this program is $1060. >> we don't want people to miss out on that money, leaving that money on the table for the state or whoever else wants to claim it. >> it could mean a substantial increase in the mammoth tax is that you pay without the tax credit. >> again, the deadline is december 31. new year's eve 2012. you can only get applications from the state and all maryland homeowners are eligible to apply. we want to give you the phone number so you can get the information. 1-866-650-8783. barry simms, wbal-tv 11 news. >> the national weather service released its results after surveying some storm damage in harford county. >> was that a tornado, we will have the details when we come back. >> the week ahead hahahaha! hooohooo, hahaha! this is awesome! folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico sure are happy. i'd say happier than a
the violent. the city averages one homicide every three days but in an operation with the atf the department has taken 570 firearms off the street this year. police will also work with churches on crime prevention and community outreach. yesterday critics filed a motion for a takeover claiming the department has failed to implement reforms mandated after a police corruption scandal. >>> oakland mayor gene yawn issued a statement on the filing. it reads in part the vast majority of our officers are doing amazing. brave work under tough circumstances. i a proud of the progress they have made. >>> depressing time for san jose sharks fans. the national hockey league has angled the first two weeks of the regular season due to the players lockout. the sharks will miss at least five games including three home games at hp pavilion. the owners and players red main split over revenue sharing and no new talks are scheduled. on the good side of separates playoff fever hitting the bay area. it's paying off big for local businesses. hotels are already booked up in san francisco. part has to do with the pl
of degrees above average. union city 71. los altos 75. gorgeous saturday in pittsburg sunshine 73. fairfield 76. vallejo 70. we're looking at low to mid-70s for novato, san rafael, kentfield, upper 60s for sausalito and downtown san francisco. your extended forecast calling for highs inland in the low 80s. by sunday, mid-70s. monday cloudier. wednesday by halloween especially halloween evening a chance of rain this will extend into thursday. speaking of halloween, roberta gonzales is on a search for the perfect pumpkin. she is searching in the sunshine. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, paul. what we have been doing tonight is pumpkin patch hopping all wait over the east bay interest castro valley through dub into pleasanton. dublin into pleasanton. there are many varieties of pumpkins. i like this one. we give two thumbs up to this pumpkin patch outside the shade land museum in walnut creek. they have everything you ever wanted even a little theater for the kids and a petting zoo and so coming up at 6:00 tonight we'll share with you more activities near walnut creek at this pumpkin p
of the average going into ocean city and because of the high wind. route 90 is open if of seven emergency and need to leave this area. again, through 90 is (route 50 is closed. that is the very latest in ocean city -- again, route 90 is open. route 50 is closed. that is the latest in ocean city. >> queen anne's county is now in a state of emergency. they have issued a flood warning on the coastal areas. they have posted a wind warning on the chesapeake bay bridge and open a two emergency shelters. steady rain ripped by wind gusts is trenching queen anne's county, pushing some of the 137 square miles of water closer to spilling beyond the natural shoreline. mardy mitchell is writing of the storm. he is prepared for the encroachment of prospect de. >> that the flood gates around the perimeter of the entire -- of prospect bay. >> the flood gates around the perimeter of the entire building have been put up. >> we have requested military assets to come in and help us. we are expecting some large personnel carriers and also two sweetwater rescue teams to help people if it -- two swift water res
at rivate stations... which on average wwrr 89-cents more than city stations. mayor: 26:34 we can'ttfix it, unless we identify it. ann i'm ffcusee oo fixing ii. it.mayor stephaniee rrwlingg-blake wentton to praise the inspecttr gennral spending. and now it's time to do somethhng abbut it. coming uppnext half hour... how the inspector eneral reeommendssfixing the problem. live downtown, i'm megan it's our dutyyto hold our ews. elected officials accountabll. you can do that by joining oor fox45 waste watch.if you have &pa story about government waste... call our hhtline... 410-662-1456.you can also log ontt our website fox baltimore doo com and click on waste watch. policeeare ookingg or ttree men this morninn ...accused of &ptwo robberies... just minutes apart... in roland park. now.. that itts been just over 24 hours since the first robbery happeeed..officers ssy &ptte men pulled a gun on a of herrcar.they then forced 3& her into their ar ... and making her take out cashh before letting her go..bout 10 minutes later... police say the same men attacked 19-year-old riding a ikeeand for
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the annual sushi budget for your average city liberal. but it is a really nice vacation for your average american family. how they manage to keep the cost down and the customers coming? former walmart ceo least got appeared a few years back. he as to what it was like to work. a terrific story about him. >> when i didn't perform, sam would have a direct conversation with you. >> what is a direct conversation? >> you go around the room of friday morning meeting. twenty people in that room in 1980. >> a year after you join. >> a year after i joined, sitting in this meeting. all the offices of the company. sam would have of p and l, profit and loss statement that was not particularly good. he would say, scott, your driver uniform costs were up 30% this month. what's going on? and you better know. the interesting thing was the holocaust for jurors uniforms is like $1,500. >> with that amount of money meant something to him. >> you're darn right it did. and it taught me what that meant . >> tell that story as your average liberal. talk about the dedication and commitment to pass along savings
on average were 899cents more than city stations. mmyor: 26:34 we cannt fix it, unless weeidentify it. and i'm &pfocused on fixing it. it.mayor ssephanie rawlings-blake went n to ppaise the inspector general spending. and now it's time to 3 &pdo something about it. &pcomiig up next half hourr.. hhw the inspector general recommends fixing the problemm llve downtown, i'm megann gilliland, fox45 morning news. police are looking for three two robberies... just minutes apart... in roland park. park.you wwuldn't know from looking at the neighborhood now.. that it'' been just over 24 hours since the first robbery happened..officers say theemen puuled a un on a &pwommn aa sse was getting out her into their aa ... and drove her to a nearby a-t-m .. making her take out cash before llettng her go.about 10 minutes later... pooice say the same en attacked a 19-year-old riding a bikk and forced him into their car.he didn't have an a-t-m card... so the men reportedly stole personaa items before dropping the crimee hhve neighbors shaken up. (46:33) its not very reassuring to live in this neighborhood an
this is most common. we found that shuttle dwell time is on average about one minute. this compares on a city-wide average to muni's dwell time of about 30 seconds but that's highly vary iable, on busy locations it's going to be much longer. it's much shorter in the afternoon, they are only alighting passengers and not trying to hit a precise schedule as they are in the morning. observed conflicts with muni is not very frequent, only about one every 3 hours, there may be some that are difficult to observe such as a muni vehicle waiting upstream for a shuttle to clear the stop. traffic blocking, however, is more common than the actual impact to muni, which are probably some of the issues you are facing in your district. >> can i ask you a quick question there? when you talk about the impacts, is this literally someone sitting on a corner and observing every single one of these dots on a map? >> yes, it was about a dozen very brave authority sfmta interns who went out at 5.45 in the morning under the supervisor of staff and consultant staff to do observations when is a shuttle coming, is it b
timesá the natiinal average. ooe other cities on tte list include saint louis... oakllnd, califfrnia... memphis, &palabamm. the international cycling union strips lance armstrong of ll 7 of his tour de frrncee titles.the move comes ii responsee t thh -s the champion cyclist.the u-s-a-d-a says armstrong was involveddin quote - "theemost sophisticated, professionalized and &ppuccessful doping program."&p 3 barack obama gg head-to-hhaa in florida... for the last f three debates. the eccnomy is still the top &pissue for voters. bbt with troops ssill in afghanistan... unrrst in the middle east... and concern about iran's pocus could shift to foreign policy. meanwhhll... both candidates pre working hard to get the womens' vote... ii a serres of tosssup states. some national polls suggest obama's poogstanding edge with ffmale voters... is narrowing.the two hot button issues continue to be contraceptives and pay equaliiy. newwnummers show more women are finding their way back into the workforce. over the past 6-months... 330- thousand women have bben hired. that's nearly the same amount a
pumping gas attprivate stations... which on average were 89-cents more than city stations. mayor: 26:34 we can'ttfix it, unlees eeideetify it. and iim focused oo fixiig it. it.mayor stephanie rawlings-blake ent on to praiss the inssector geneeal for identifying this wastefull spending. and now it's time to do something about t. it's our duty to hhld our you caa do thattby joining our fox45 waste watch.if you have 410--62-1456.you can also log onto our website fox baltimore dot com and cllck on waste watch. 3 new nformation in a "first on hundreds oo criies committed inssde city schools that were pever reported to police. head of city schools... to he talk about ourrinvestigatioo. investtiation.we uncovered documents that how morr crimes are being handled in--ouse rather than being peporteddto city police.ii the past months school police wrote twice s mann in- house in cases where a weepon wws pecovereddmoreethan 150 to police.it's troublinn ed trend that has mayor ssephanie rawlings blake vowing to taae action. (mayor) 13:29:15 that ccncerns me aad i'm ertainly going to as well
at home today at 6: 37 tonight. >> a watch on wall street the dow jones industrial average up 110. . the dow city at 13,00438 op evangelist robert black joining us p >> would you think about t's the second-besth apple winner overall. apple have had a camera issue in the manufacturing issue. it's been a little lack of execution of of of selling into the profits. connaught freaked out about i've got caught--i was called an ice sheet by some viewers yesterday. >> it's been really frustrating as an apple user. >> which is good about apple they will eventually give ride they also have the ecosystem in place. microsoft announced they will try to be more like apple and future. the ecosystem is what is important for apple not necessarily the execution in the short term. are the square to be a great long term company. long term it will work out well. here one in any ipo the initial cost covering is letting the public into let everyone out of the company. the stock should find some value by november december january. >> we will take a quick break from the news coverage as get to erica she h
them, frankly, is that the average income in the city may be $73,000 per household, but there's a whole lot of people that don't even make half that. so, what may be reasonable the average san francisco household may be quite a burden for people. and we need to be able to address that in some way. there are some constraints in state law as to what we can do on that, but we need to address that issue if we hope to have the continued support of all of the communities of this city. so, i think those are very important comments. i don't think they apply really to this policy, but i think that as we go forward, i think taking a look at the rate policy and dealing with though issues i think would be very helpful. the bond oversight committee did have some comments that i think do impact this policy quite directly. specifically, the one -- the incentive i like aside from the fact we are committing to try to do a bunch of stuff, there should be some objective that you actually accomplish it in some way. some outcome-based objective. and they suggested that we maintain operating costs as being f
because you can see the action better. good question. one more question. allen? the average cost? if you are one of the contract in city senior centers, this is part of our broadband technology grant, the average cost is zero. [laughter] if you were to buy this for your home, it costs a couple of hundred dollars. the games cost between $20.40 dollars. they have hundreds of different games to play. to the games cost between $20.40 dollars. and hundreds of different games to play. we have other adaptive devices that can be used with the wii. this is a foot pedal. -- this is a foot pedal. along with the buttons on the hand device connected to alicia's remote, we can use foot pedals if there are games the require numerous controls. it is very adaptive. then, really interesting. what about someone who may be a quadriplegic and does not have the ability to use arms or legs? there is a sip and tug adapter that allows someone to control the wii with his or her mouth. you can still engaged the wii by puffing into the tube. this company has made the wii completely accessible for anyone to play. it
into the weekend today compared to yesterday 17° warmer in concord excuse me compared to average 98°, 93 redwood city san francisco supposed to be the warmest time of the year it will be 86, napa 94, oakland 8713° -- 80, 13° above average. south bay low to mid 90s in most areas, santa clara 93° with saratoga mid 80s to mid 90s, 84 millbrae, 93 redwood city peninsula, half moon bay warm spot, 72 cool spot, near 80 sunset mid 80s downtown south san francisco 88 sausalito low to mid 90s north bay beaches sunshine mid to upper 70s east bay shore, mid 80s to nine any union city, fremont, castro valley you need the air conditioner in the east bay valleys, morgan hill, gilroy and hollister watsonville 90, head to the water there 88 santa cruz coliseum 70° at 7:05 rangers in town, dropping to 60 by 10:00. dramatic drop in temperature tomorrow at the coast, around the bay wednesday inland thursday all of us dropping nearly 20° by then be careful today. >>> good morning. monday, you see company if you are traveling east shore freeway in morning leading into the macarthur maze, metering lights slow du
more than last year. the survey by travelo city found air fares for thanksgiving day week will average $386 per round trip. that is 9% higher than last year. however, travelo city says you can safe if you're willing to travel on thanksgiving day then return the following tuesday. >> would you be turned off if your date used a coupon during your first night out together? a survey found 26% of the couples would have no problem if their date used a coupon to pay for the evening out. those are the folks who go out with people from 7 on your side, however, 12% said if someone pulled out a coupon on the first date there would be no second date. another 1% said they would end the date then and there. no matter what. respondents said be honest f you're the type to use a coupon don't try to hide it. if you're planning to dress up as big bird, you'll have to make your own. the company says it's sold out. sales took off after the debate when mitt romney made big bird a symbol of big government. romney says he loves big bird but would cut funding for pbs. google searches for the term big bird cost
is around the city seven cisco's average how that was changed by at least by 505 more this week and last week. $4.67 it was 4018 san in san jose last week was $4.20 an ounce $4.67 which is 25 higher than it was yesterday's. that is the kind of thing people are worried about that it would just go higher and higher so i might fulfil of now even though i do not like the price. the governor has ordered this last sunday for the california smog regulators to start selling the winter mix of castling. that usually doesn't happen until november, but because of the supply and demand thing that is happening by starting that mixture that led more supply hopefully driving the prices down a little bit. >> like the said bill hold your breath. it will be more tomorrow. the difficult dow will go down about by a nickel. >> president obama visit the bay area today is the second day of the president's california swing. and live at the civic auditorium were present and will be this evening. after that he will head over to dinner and concert fundraiser at the bill grant auditorium. alex and it will make an ap
. we are talking about temperatures well above average not feeling like fall across kansas city 75 over dallas and san antonio. we head too the afternoon hours they should be anywhere between 10-15 degrees above average for some of you. really feeling the warmth. out east a beautiful day. high pressure dominating. light of sunshine pektsed later on today. i don't think we will see too many issues as we head from northeast down into the southeast. get out enjoy it it will be beautiful out there. as we head westbound we have a front that will deveshowers anda northern portions of missouri and heavy downpours are expected from the great lakes into the mississippi valley. you will be needing the rainshowers out here. early moisture this morning making it into the area. >> 12 minutes after the hour. your taxes could go up thousands of dollars next year. neither party in congress seems to be doing anything to stop it. >> $182 million of your tax dollars went to save his k. but apparently that wasn't enough. now he wants you to save him. >> welcome back. 15 after the top of the hour. here's wh
. that is twice the average of the hotel guests. they patronize local businesses and experience of the city has to offer. -- experience all the city has to offer. >> i am one of the founders of get around. we are a marketplace for cars sharing. we founded the company in 2009 as part of the graduate studies program where we were challenged to come up with an idea that could impact 1 billion people in 10 years. we believe we are addressing the problem of overpopulation. millions of cars sit idle 92% of the time. because congesting in the city's -- they cause congestion in the city' and burn a hole in your pocketbook. we all have cars that sit there. i am happy to see many of our members in the audience tonight who share their cars and make an average $300 a month. that is a significant amount of money that can offset expenses and be put into the local economy. we believe we are addressing key issues in our city. i am very proud to be your. we chose to launch in san francisco. we felt this was the place to join the sharing revolution. we have about 10,000 cars signed up across the country. we are
. the marin county city of belvedere is not far behind in the average price 3.9 million. the other cities include kent field and others. >>> chloe kardashian and mario lopez willco host the sinking competition. they will join didn't my love separate dough and other singers. by the way, kardashian and lopez will make their debutes november 1. let's go to sal, sal? let's look at our commute. >>> the commute looks pretty good so far, we don't have a lot going on. northbound 280 traffic, the last few days we have seen a slow traffic all over the place so if you want to get on, right is a great time 680 on the sunole grade let's go to steve. >> well, we have a fire weather warning. temperatures today will be warming up 70s 80s and 90s. >> they angered a lot of san francisco giants fans and we have a health report on marco scutaro and his joke he made about the cardinals player who hurt him. >>> vigilantes plan for the one year occupied movement in oakland. . >>> well, good morning to you, welcome back, it is wednesday, october 17th. >> steve says it is going to be warmer than yesterday, what a
for sunnyvale, palo alto 75, 70 in the city. these numbers slightly above average for this time of year. low to mid60s along the coast with mostly clear skies, most of us setting aside time to watch game three tomorrow. it'll be cloudy, it'll be cool, 45 degrees at game time. but that chance for rain about 30%. it looks pretty goodall in all for the game to go on as planned. sunday looks similar. monday, looks like perhaps a few snow showers in the forecast. we will be watching for that as well. your extended forecast here. we have nice warm weather as we head in to the weekend. sunday looks warmest as we get into monday, tuesday we do start to cool back and models want to bring the next rain to the bay area in time for halloween. >> no. >> yes. we will track that. it's a big day. >> yes. thank you. >> you're welcome. >> ahead how a peninsula city is showing support for the giants in a really big day. >>> and the amazing amount of money in a fight over a soda tax. wo 6x . >>> the economy expanded at a 2% yearly rate but the markets still weighed down by more weak easternings. the nasdaq
-third of the national average. here, it is four times higher. both cities have an elevated crime rate. here, the risk could be twice the national average. in detroit, it is four times higher. our sports director, will speak about the world series expectations. and have more, later. >> you heard j. r. stone speak about the cooler temperatures. and it is going to get even cooler. it is cool system associated to the north with the rainfall. detroit could be seeing some clear conditions even towards tomorrow with cooler air filtering and. that will arctic air and temperatures are going to be dropping into the 40's. game time and even 30's as j. r. stone mentioned. even freezing for detroit. a completely different story. at s f o, clear skies. and over the bay area. the well rainfall- well to the north but still 73 antioch. and 60s in napa. 60s in san francisco the warm weather is on tap for the weekend. details on that, coming up. >> oakland is going to be getting much needed help on fighting crime. terisa has more about the c h p will be on the streets and also additional units from law- enforcement age
moved offshore. behind it, leaving beautiful weather across the northeast. new york city is 64-degrees. carolina in 70s. same for atlanta, georgia. the plains, it warm. 87 in dallas. well above average. rapid city, currently 79-degrees. more than ten degrees above what is typical for this time of the year. many of you are going to notice as we head to the next several day wales start to notice a bit of a pattern change. some of you are seeing the temperatures up to 25-degrees above average. heading to the midweek, you will enjoy the warmth. next weekend, a big drop in temperatures. we're going to see big dip in jetstream. for now, relatively quiet. a foot of snow possible across northern parts of california. a winter storm watch. >> gregg: thank you. >> gregg: few fall-out in wake of the deadly consulate attack in libya as capitol hill digs in to exactly what the white house knew and when. judge jeanine pirro has that ahead. >> heather: blasting obama ahead of the debate for petty attacks on the campaign trail. what impact is this having on the undecided voters? we have a fair and bala
have a few anomalies from half moon bay to napa where it is warmer by the afternoon 63 in the city, 69 oakland, average into the santa clara valley, 77 there, 79 livermore, sunny, pretty grey at our coast partly cloudy in the city, 71 santa rosa, monterey bay cloudy now 67 in santa cruz, 75 in hollister and the look ahead, maybe an 80 towards brentwood. by tomorrow, still temperatures coming down a few degrees, blue angels over the weekend we'll have sunshine, but onshore flow and temperatures feeling more like october. >>> still got system wide delays with bart due to earlier problem between the macarthur and 19th street station with stalled maintenance vehicle. 5 to 15 minute delays system wide as they are recovering that is beginning to improve significantly. westbound 580 at 680 earlier accident off to the shoulder, very, very slow out of the central valley, reporting road sensors, 30 minute delays towards the dublin pleasanton interchange slow north 101 old oakland back to tully due to accident lane three, slow traffic highway 87 would be your alternate here. new problem south 880
traffic trying to get out of the city. >>> not just rising fast, the average price for a gallon of gasoline in california, $4.32. that's after going up 9 cents overnight. and as cbs 5 reporter shows us some gas stations are running low. >> reporter: it is worse in than some of the analysts have predicted. at this chevron people were complaining about a 20-cent jump overnight on tuesday. since that time it's gone up another 40 cents. some stations themselves are running on empty. refinery has begun. several costcos have locked up pumps after running out of gas. >> i came to get gas and it's not here. >> reporter: supply is down because a power surge knocked a refinery offline. it's not the only one. conoco phillips are undergoing maintenance. a crude oil pipeline is shut down due to safety problems and the refinery in richmond still hasn't recovered from the fire in august. brace your wallets. >> we have never seen a spike like this. this is new territory. >> reporter: mike has to sell regular unleaded at $4.89 a gallon just to stay afloat. he locked up the pumps because it looke
afternoon. make the weekend plans right now. weekend is looking excellent. concord 65. the average is 75. morgan hill, 66. and union city, 63. mid-50s. and livermore. petaluma, we have a baseball game tomorrow. 62 for a high. back in the 70s inland on thursday with some afternoon sunshine. look at the weekend. 78 on saturday and sunday. no rain until next tuesday. that's your cbs five-day forecast. >> thanks, paul. >>> a typical reaction when you are stuck in snow is to call 911. for an 82-year-old, he waited four days to call for help. as laura tells us, he didn't want to get too excited. >> another chain ripped off. oh, hell. >>> it's been quite a unique few days for 82-year-old ed boyston. his truck got stuck in a snow three miles from the house in an isolated dirt road. >> sat there for a little over two days. third day, i called 911. >> you sat in your car for almost three days? >> yeah. yeah. >> why didn't you call 911 an hour after you were stuck. >> why get excited? >> that's right. ed didn't call 911 for about 3 days. he sat in his truck and made the most of it. >> eating peanut
there locally in dayton say we call ourselves america's most average city and where the two major highways intersect in dayton, ohio a lot of the chain restaurants, olive garden and the sorts try out the restaurants in the major intersections, truck drivers park there, aen tried the joe crab shack there. if it works in that city, it works everywhere. >> alisyn: skyline chili is great, also. >> clayton: that's a cincinnati. >> alisyn: and tensionses are rising in the middle east. turk deployed defense systems on the border with syria hours after fighter gets were set to confront a syrian chopper here the border in response to turkey's shelling and this month killed five civilians. they said they would respond to any further attacks from the neighboring country. and the prime minister slammed the security counsel for the not doing enough to stop the civil war in syria. well, thousands of people celebrated the life of a little girl who was taken too soon. last night people lit candles and said prayers in memories of jessica ridgewell, kidnapped and killed last week on her way to school. earli
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